LOS ANGELES (AP) — Freddy Galvis hit a three-run home run in the seventh inning to help the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 6-2 on Wednesday.

Ryan Howard added a three-run, pinch double in the ninth.

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Los Angeles closer Kenley Jansen pitched the ninth, even with the Dodgers down 3-2, and loaded the bases. Howard hit the bases-clearing double to right for insurance runs in the victory that dropped the Dodgers a game behind first-place San Francisco in the NL West.

Dodgers starter Scott Kazmir struck out six and allowed four hits. He left after 100 pitches with two runners on and no outs in the seventh inning.

Left-hander Grant Dayton, after striking out the first batter he faced, gave up the Galvis’ homer into the left-field bullpen. The Philadelphia shortstop has 11 home runs this season.

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Phillies starter Jeremy Hellickson allowed one earned run and struck out seven in five innings. He left after 71 pitches with back tightness.

Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager was hit in the right hand and wrist area by Elvis Araujo’s pitch in the sixth inning. Seager went down in pain and was attended to by a trainer, but stayed in the game. He doubled in his next at-bat, a shot to center in the eighth inning.

The Dodgers scored in the first inning on Adrian Gonzalez’s doubled to right, and cut it to 3-2 in the seventh on Rob Segedin’s RBI single.

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